Topic: Endgame Goals

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    I understand that there is a new update coming out regarding late game events such as invasions/wars, and I am very excited for that. However, I think it would be awesome if there was a way for us to invest in property — i.e. spending funds to bring a blacksmith into a town where he can make weapons and armor for the company, or a fort with upgradeable defenses to hold some of our inventory items. I think towards the end of the game, there becomes less and less to spend you money on, and you end up with quite the excess. Having a money sink like property would be a fun minigame within the game, sometimes protecting it from invasions/raids would also be a neat dynamic.

    Another suggestion would be to implement horses or “mounts” as it were. I think it would create a whole new dynamic to the game, allowing mercenary companies to kite enemies with mounted skirmishers, or even hit harder with a cavalry charge. Since the functionality is basically already implemented with the goblin wolfriders, I do not think it would be too much more difficult to work with.

    I absolutely love this game, picking it up was one of the best decisions of 2016, as it’s given me countless hours of good times. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for the game and the developers!


    The devs already said that you wont be able to have your own fortress and that, and I don’t know that it fits the profile of a mercenary to actually help people build stuff in their cities.

    Still, having a moneysink in the end-game does sound like something that would be nice.

    Perhaps it could be a “game of chance”? Pay rather a large sum for a chance of making your armor/helmet/weapon a litte bit better, but having a high chance of breaking?

    Maybe recruiting chefs, surgeons, blacksmiths that would preserve food, heal wounds faster, repair gear more efficiently – but come at a high cost?

    Mounts as you said, I don’t know… If it did come to be, then perhaps those could be very expensive aswell, especially if armored and “battle trained”.

    That’s just off the top of my head, main point is that I also think that there should be something to really spend money on lategame.

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